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The Defiled & Avatar (Co-Headline Tour), The Defiled & Avatar (co-headline tour) Live At Rescue Rooms

  • Monday 24th November 2014
  • Supported by: TBC

DHP PROUDLY PRESENTS... 

THE DEFILED & AVATAR (CO-HEADLINE TOUR)

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The Defiled - Website // Facebook // twitter

The London-based quintet have had a phenomenal impact on these shores and beyond over the last few years, with a strident, genre-blitzing sound that both delivers the crushing, riff-driven goods and shrewdly redefines what it means to bring the 21st- century mosh. Formed in 2005, THE DEFILED exploded onto an unsuspecting metal scene in 2008 with their debut EP »1888« before devoting themselves to establishing a reputation as one of the most exhilarating live bands in living memory. When the band’s brutally irresistible debut album »Grave Times« dropped in 2011, the response was universally ecstatic, with major rock and metal press queuing up to proclaim THE DEFILED as the saviors of modern British heaviness. “We just make music that makes us feel something”, states founder member and keyboard maestro The AvD. “I always think ‘Do I love this?’ whenever I'm working on something. If the answer is ‘no’, it's not good enough! I believe music should make the listener feel something, be it rage, sadness or happiness. As long as it stirs some kind of emotion inside me I know there will be other people out there who will feel exactly the same way.” 

Avatar - Website // Facebook // Twitter 

Avatar has found a footing that combines the best of rock n’ roll, hard rock and heavy metal’s past, present and future into an overall artistic presentation that is thought-provoking, challenging and altogether enchantingly electric. With the grandiose showmanship of American professional wrestling, the snake oil salesmanship of early 20th century vaudevillian troubadours and the kinetically superheroic power of early Kiss, Avatar lays waste to lesser mortals with ease. Whether somebody gets their rocks off listening to Satyricon or System of a Down, they’ll find something suitably deranged here.

Please note this is a 14+ event. 


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